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that christmas is coming. >> that's kind of cute. now, in japan the traditional christmas dinner is not sushi. you will not believe. >> yeah, they love in japan kentucky fried chicken. in fact, it's so popular you need a reservation to eat at kfc on christmas. it's one of those things that when you don't have it you crave it and it becomes such a big -- it's such a big hit. >> this one we're going to try here today. in the czech republic on christmas eve unmarried women practice a traditional fortune-telling method to predict their relationship status for the upcoming year. you stand with your back -- try it, hoda woman. let's do that one. >> i'll do it. >> you stand with your back what? >> facing the door. >> that door? >> and then what do you do? >> don't kill anthony. you toss one of your shoes over your shoulder. watch the lights. >> does this work if you're divorced too? what happens? >> if it lands with the toe facing the door you're going to get married within the year. >> be careful back here. is someone behind me? >> yes. anthony. anthony, careful. >> toward this way. >> where's the
competition in japan. penguins at an aquarium have taken on the role of santa's little helpers. in the evening they have the special task of switching on the christmas lights, but before you get excited, by day, all they do is lounge around and do little to nothing so basically it's sort of their civic duty to do the whole lights thing. that is the news. back to erica and willie. >> you say about time. >> you're cute, we love you, put you on tv every other day the least you can do -- >> a little something. >> come on. >> what's with the santa getup? the costumes worked well for them. >> black and white and red all over. >> we are on fire this morning. thanks. >>> dylan is here with a check of the weather. >> we are talking about a good deal of snow in portions of minnesota, back through the dakotas as well. we have blizzard warnings, not so much for a lot of snow back through the dakotas but more because of the two to six inches of snow getting tossed around so we are seeing reduced adviseibilities. most of the heavier snow is falling across minneapolis and duluth and wisconsin. we should pick
. the surprise attack came after a trend of decreasing violence. >>> japan has a new prime minister this morning. voted in today and immediately began installing a new cabinet. ending three years of liberal administration. a conservative known for supporting big business, he also serves as prime minister in 2006 and 2007. >>> the announcement of the new prime minister drove japanese stock up this morning. amanda drury is live at the new york stock exchange with a look at the u.s. markets. good morning. >> good morning to you, savan h savannah. front and center for the markets and any hint of a deal definitely will bring out the buyers. as the home price data is important today. home prices are on the rise, lower inventory. holiday shopping, all the bargains to be had. we're watching stocks of retailers that are definitely hoping for a flurry of buyers that are hoping to get those post holiday buyers. >>> newtown, connecticut, police department, the entire force got the day off. cops from surrounding towns volunteered to cover their shift. newtown police have been working nonstop since 26 people
. >> the unconditional surrender of japan. >> over the intercom came the words, war ends. we could go home. and people went wild. >> all the hugging and the kissing and that and the dancing in the streets because the war was over. >> when the ticker tape had he celebrated and it died down, the women were told to go home. they were simply no longer needed. you didn't know at the time what you had done for women. >> that's right. >> in fact, many of you didn't even talk about what you had done? >> no, we didn't think about it. >> why wouldn't you talk about it? >> we just thought it was a job we done, and that was it. >> though the rosies are in their late 80s or 90s, some of their children are beginning to learn what their mothers have done. >> the only regret i had is not realizing the impact sooner. i'm really thankful that i've been able to talk and learn more about it and to be able it to thank her. >> i'm going to tell my daughter that her great-grandmother helped to end a war. she helped to make a country whole again. opened the door for her to be able to do whatever she sets her mind to. >> why
. >> the defining moment -- >> disaster in japan. an extraordinary new look at the moment of the crisis. >> allows us to cover the story with more dimensions. we spend time talking to people. i think that's really powerful component of the show. >> the wind has been gusting here 30, 40, 50 miles per hour all day. we're in south central iraq now. >> david of the complete package. super smart, super handsome, really fun. tremendous ability. loved journalism and just loved to be able to jump into a story. >> we have taken this job of "weekend today," but my true passion and true love is still reporting. and he was able it combine the two of them. >> the image that comes to my mind and probably everyone else's is david on the tank. t going through the desert. >> i would be remiss if i let you go without passing along to all the good wishes from your colleagues here at "weekend today." i add my voice. see you soon. please stay safe. >> reporter: thanks, i look forward to getting home. >> bye. >> i got a call the night that david died. i didn't know what was going on, but i know it was horrible. >> a di
that are incorporated into the framework of new or existing buildings.we did the hiroshigui museum of art, in japan, we have work at the getty in los angeles, we have uh work, we just installed a very large installation for the bart station in san bruno. in 1997, gordon became the permanent artist in residence at artesa winery in carneros. there's a certain simpatico between the aesthetic that i carry, that is already here existing at the archi...with the architecture.all of the art on display at artesa from dramatic sculptures ...to mixed media wall hangings...w as created by gordon.i would love to be able to see my art thru other people's eyes, but it's just not possible.at any given time, gordon has a half dozen projects in the pipeline. he works with a creative team of designers and engineers who help him turn his rough sketches and way out ideas, into works of art.it's difficult to separate gordon from gordon's creativity. it's pretty much a, a jet pack that he wears all the time and it fires him through life it seems like, you know.when we visited the studio, gordon and his crew were preparing fo
at osmosis spa in the sonoma county town of freestone gives new meaning to "bathing." in japan they had a tradition of drinking tea with enzymes and out that tradition stemmed the idea for the enzyme bath. so, we start out with the tea to provide some historical context. you sip tea and wander around the zen inspired garden. meanwhile bath attendent catherine stupar prepares your blanket of heat. it's henoki cedar, douglas fur and rice bran combined with enzymes that catalyze the fermentation of those fibers. first she rakes the mixture. when i'm digging in the bath it's really to open up the material and let a lot of oxygen flow in there and make sure the heat is evenly distributed. soon it's time to step up to the bath and prepare to get covered. it's feels somewhat like be buried in the sand. but it's not quite as heavy. if you can imagine a mixture of peet moss and sand -- it's very light, but warm. you don't feel weight on top of you. you feel just like there's no gravity. you feel like you're floating. as the fermentation progresses you can feel the benefits of the treatment. that
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